McClelland & Stewart
Winner of the Carol Shields Winnipeg Book Award
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The family of 16-year-old Mason Crowe is breaking up around him when he discovers Lena Schellendal, a girl who battles both the restrictions of her religious father and manic depression. Impulsive, sexually provocative as well as vulnerable and sad, Lena haunts Mason in ways he does not always understand. David Bergen is a Winnipeg author. His previous novel is the internationally acclaimed See the Child, and his first novel A Year of Lesser was selected as a New York Times Notable Book. Short-listed for the 2002 McNally Robinson Book of the Year Award, The Carol Shields Winnipeg Book Award, and the Margaret Laurence Award for Fiction.
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